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    An_252024 posted:
    If a person had a sexual relatiionship with another person, and received a STD the first couple of weekends with that person that cleared up with a round of antibiotics each time, for a period of four years several years ago, could the person still be at risk of having an STD and passing it to his or her spouse?
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    georgiagail responded:
    If one has been adequately and appropriately treated for an STD, they no longer have this to pass on to anyone.

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    An_252024 replied to georgiagail's response:
    Even if they continued to have unprotected sex for four more years?
     
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    georgiagail replied to An_252024's response:
    Yes.

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